New Anglican Mission's roots in Rwanda

New Anglican Mission's roots in Rwanda

There are 4 comments on the www.journalgazette.net story from Feb 14, 2009, titled New Anglican Mission's roots in Rwanda. In it, www.journalgazette.net reports that:

He's a pastor in a denomination that started hundreds of years ago in England and is accountable to an archbishop in central Africa.

So what’s the Rev. Rick Leone doing in Fort Wayne?

Starting a new congregation affiliated with the Anglican Mission in the Americas, a group with its roots in ministering to disaffected U.S. Episcopalians ...

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“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Feb 14, 2009
"According to its Web site, www.theamia.org , the Anglican Mission in the Americas was started about a decade ago by Anglican Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini of Rwanda.

Believing Anglican traditionalists were being ignored or persecuted as the Episcopal Church USA took stances allowing same-sex unions and the ordination of openly gay clergy, Kolini commissioned two dissident American Episcopal clergymen to serve as Anglican “missionary bishops” in the United States ..."
Orthodox Church

Greece

#2 Feb 19, 2009
Anglican Options,Rome or Orthodoxy?

( http://www.westernorthodox.com/options.html )
Recovering Episcopalian

United States

#3 Feb 20, 2009
Orthodox Church wrote:
Anglican Options,Rome or Orthodoxy?
( http://www.westernorthodox.com/options.html )
Great question. There has been talk of an Anglican Rite within the Catholic Church. However, I think many Anglicans would be attracted to Orthodoxy - given arguments against papal authority, infallibility, etc.

As a Byzantine Catholic, I happily straddle the fence - please don't hurle tomatos!

“Reader”

Since: Oct 07

Baltimore, MD

#4 Feb 26, 2009
Joe DeCaro wrote:
"According to its Web site, www.theamia.org , the Anglican Mission in the Americas was started about a decade ago by Anglican Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini of Rwanda.
Believing Anglican traditionalists were being ignored or persecuted as the Episcopal Church USA took stances allowing same-sex unions and the ordination of openly gay clergy, Kolini commissioned two dissident American Episcopal clergymen to serve as Anglican “missionary bishops” in the United States ..."
Of course, since his preview only includes Rwanda he has absolutely no authority to appoint bishops in the US and, as a result, they are completely without any legitimacy whatsoever.

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